1. Your Guilt Is Misplaced. In this episode, we discuss Robert Capon’s book, The Foolishness of Preaching. We focus on Capon’s argument for why death and resurrection must be preached for a sermon to be rightly called a Christian sermon, for it to be a Gospel proclamation, and the consequences for preachers who avoid addressing sin, death, and forgiveness of sins.
  2. Caleb Keith and Scott Keith join Steven Paulson and Ken Jones to remember their mentor Jim Nestingen.
  3. God gives us the power and authority to proclaim the forgiveness of sins to burdened sinners who entrust us with their pain, guilt, and defeat.
  4. In Memory of My Friend, James Arne Nestingen
  5. Despite our best efforts to avoid him, King Jesus remains very much unavoidable.
  6. A.I. can’t make the proclamatory move that delivers God’s word in a way that is specifically for me.
  7. Don't lose hope. Don't avoid church on Sunday morning.
  8. In this episode, Paulson helps listeners envision Luther's idea that the preacher is a "long-bowman" taking aim at the heart.
  9. Happy Easter from the Thinking Fellows. This week, Scott, Adam, and Caleb talk about the centrality and reliability of the Ressurection of Jesus Christ.
  10. Passion Week preaching is not simply preaching about the events leading up to Jesus’ crucifixion but to announce to the world how through this single death, sins are answered for, and God is reconciled with humanity.
  11. God saves us through people. He saves us through means. He puts a voice on the gospel.
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